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  1. Pérsio Menezes says:

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    I use to send a lot of newspaper articles to my Kindle 3. I use this website http://fivefilters.org/kindle-it/, wich has a Chrome browser extension (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/pnaiinchjaonopoejhknmgjingcnaloc), as so a Firefox brownser add-on. I like to keep this texts on my device, for future reference; i like to use the “search my ittens” function, son I can find articles with some especific word. It’s very cool that I can unify on just one place all tht I read on web. But threre’s a problem: recently, my Kindle reache more than 1600 texts. So it started to go very very slow, although it have not reached 35% of the internal memory (for the memory capacity, I could put 3x more texts, but for the processor capacity, 1600 texts are too much). I had to delete all the texts I was saving on my device… and other problem: Kindle 3 do not offer bunch delete. I would have to delete one by one, or reset my device to factory defaults (of course I choose the second). Only after reset my device, I known Kindlean (http://kindlean.com), it is third party a software that let user organized Kindle collections or delete bunch documents. It costs US$ 19,95, but I think it is the kind of software that should be inside the Kindle box, as long as the USB cable and the power adapter. (Amazon, please consider buy Kindlean to offer to Kindle consumers, or create a similar).
    So I thought: it would just be amazing if I could send the texts to Kindle with copy to my personal computer. So, If I have to reset my Kindle 3 to factory defaults, I could always re-copy some article back to Kindle. I could use the processor capacity of my personal computer (which is 1000x more faster than the Kindle capacity) to search some specific word and re-send the texts with this word to my Kindle. Actually there is a software that let me save wev articles to my computer and search for words on my collection of articles, but it do not send them to Kindle. It is Evernote (http://www.evernote.com). We can use the “Evernote Web Clipper” Chrome browser extension and save webpages to our Evernote account (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/pioclpoplcdbaefihamjohnefbikjilc). It is amazing, and it would be even more if we could send these pages to Kindle, but we can’t. I know Amazon offers “Manage Your Kindle” service, but MYK do not let us use read the article without send it to the Kindle, and we do not have even a basic function like “bunch delete”. This service need an improovment!
    To solve this questions, I have idealized a software. It would be to Kindle what iTunes is to iPod. I have named it KMC (Kindle Manager Client). It should be downloaded from Amazon.com and it would make it possible:
    01) Manage Kindle device content. It means the client let user organize collections and bunch texts delete; just like Kindlean (http://kindlean.com)
    02) Manage Amazon Cloud Kindle. It means client let user manage “Your Kindle Library” and make possible bunch delete, as long as let the user BUY Kindle content from Amazon, just like we can use iTunes store directly from the software client iTunes, without any brownser.
    03) The ability to capture newspapers articles and send them to Kindle. It means that the client must have integration with web browsers like extensions and add-ons that put a icon on the browser. When the user finds an text he prefer read on Kindle, he just click the icon on the browser and and a copy of the text is at the same time sent to Kindle (just like http://fivefilters.org/kindle-it/) and to the KMC (just like “Evernote Web Clipper” does to Evernote).

    04) Integration of the functions on itens 01, 02, 03 and the softwares “Send it to Kindle” and “Kindle for PC” (http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html/ref=kcp_pc_mkt_lnd?docId=1000426311) Amazon software (http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html/?docId=1000719931). “Send it to Kindle” is an amazing software. It is very cool that we can “print” word and txt documents to read the comfortably on Kindle device. But it would be better if the text could be read also on computer, Android and iOS devices. So, the installation package of KMC (Kindle Manager Client) should contain the main interface (just like an iTunes to Kindle), the Windows Explorer extension, just like the “Send it to Kindle”, and the browsers add-ons (at least the main browsers: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Fire Fox, Safari and Opera)

    05) Export/Manage highlights and quotes

    The program could also work via wi-fi. It means that could be possible manage the Kindle device content without using the USB cable. I have a cell Andoid and I can access all of its contents by wi-fi in many ways. I can see a a phone number of some phone contact, even if the phone is in the bedroom and I in the room, all by PC. The same principle could work on Kindle.
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  2. Really Appreciate this article, can I set it up so I get an alert email every time you publish a new update?

    • Sabarish says:

      Happy to know you liked the article. Please also go through the other pages – incase you are interested. I have setup an RSS feed. You can subscribe through the same. Please feel free to give inputs on how to improve the site and the articles.

  3. Thanks for the update, can I set it up so I get an update sent in an email when you make a new article?

    • Sabarish says:

      Yes – you can either subscribe to the RSS feed on the top right corner of the pages or you can enter your email id on the box provided at the bottom right of the pages.

      Please also let me know if you have any new app ideas or if you want me to write about some topics in particular.

  4. Really Appreciate this blog post, is there any way I can receive an email every time there is a fresh post?

    • Sabarish says:

      Thanks for the appreciation. You can subscribe to the RSS feed on the pages or you an enter your email id in the box at right bottom corner of the contact and home page.

  5. Really enjoyed this update, is there any way I can receive an alert email every time you write a fresh article?

    • Sabarish says:

      Yes. You can subscribe to the RSS feed on top right corner of the pages. Or enter your email id in the box in the bottom right corner of the pages

  6. site says:

    Im getting a small problem. I cant get my reader to pick up your feed, Im using yahoo reader by the way.

  7. Really Appreciate this article, is there any way I can receive an update sent in an email when you make a new article?

    • Sabarish says:

      Yes. You can subscribe to the RSS feed on top right corner of the pages. Or enter your email id in the box in the bottom right corner of the pages. Thanks for the appreciation

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    • Sabarish says:

      Thanks a lot. Please let me know any inputs you have on the articles so as to improve them. Any topics on which to write is also welcome. Thanks again.

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